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Women S Plus Size Striped Short Sleeve Top A New Day Blue 1X
Style up your everyday looks with the Short-Sleeve Top from A New Day™. Made from a soft linen-blend fabric and tailored in a relaxed fit this women's popover T-shirt keeps you feeling comfy from day to night and its deep V-neckline with a stand collar and shirring detail turned-up cuffs and a curved hemline add cool laid-back vibes to your outfit. This short-sleeve top makes a great pairing with a variety of bottoms from wide-leg trousers to slim-fit jeans or an A-line skirt to create a range of cool-casual pared-back ensembles. Size: 1X. Color: Blue. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Stripe.
Rebecca of Amazon "The Rebecca Review": After several failed attempts, I began to wonder if I would ever be able to make creamy dreamy ice cream at home. Finally, I ordered the right one! This ice cream maker really does work. The only time it will not work is if your freezer is not set to the coldest setting. I keep the freezer bowls in the freezer at all times, that way they are ready to go.So, set your freezer to the coldest setting two days before you intend to make the ice cream. I also found the extra freezer bowl to be indispensable. Instead of waiting for the ice cream mixture to cool, simply use one of the freezer bowls to cool it down and then pour it into the second freezer bowl. This drastically speeds up the process.I also use the freezer bowl for other items I want to cool down quickly. I use it to cool down Jello when making a Raspberry Mousse. I have been known to place the whole contraption right into the freezer. I guess you are not supposed to, but I am still alive.So, once you have everything all frozen, set the machine up and make sure it is on a nice level surface (in or out of the freezer). Then, mix up your ice cream recipe. All you do is pour the liquid into the ice cream maker and with a flick of the switch the paddle starts to turn and in about 20 to 30 minutes you will have the ice cream of your dreams.When washing out the bowl, you will notice that you have to use hot water or you may find the cold water starts to freeze on the inside. I recommend placing a piece of plastic wrap over the top of the bowl when storing it in the freezer so there is no need to rince the bowl. I also disobey the instructions and let the ice cream freeze until solid in the ice cream freezer bowl. I found it just works faster that way. That way your ice cream is ready in 40 minutes! Yes, it takes 20-30 minutes and then 10 more minutes in the freezer. At least that is how it goes in my kitchen. It is still well worth the wait. If you start the ice cream before dinner, you won't even notice the time.Here is a favorite recipe for a slushy. Yes, you can make those too and it works quite well.PINK GRAPEFRUIT SLUSHUse grapefruit juice found in the cooler section of your grocery store or use fresh squeezed and strained juice. If you enjoy sitting outside and want to keep your drinks ice cold, purchase a few "gel mugs" which you can keep in the freezer.4 cups pink grapefruit juice1/4 cup orange blossom honey1/8 teaspoon vanilla extract1. Pour grapefruit juice into a tall jug. Heat honey in the microwave and stir into juice.2. Set up ice cream maker. Pour in juice, freeze 10 minutes or until slushy. Serve in tall glasses with straws.Makes 4 glasses~The Rebecca Review
redletter: If you use all or mostly heavy cream, don't let the machine run too long.Overall, I'm happy with this machine now that I've figured out its quirks. One problem I had at first was that when I used mostly heavy cream, the finished product was too airy and the ice cream broke apart when I tried to scoop it. My bowl was super cold (overnight, lowest freezer setting) and it got to the "soft serve" stage fairly quickly. My mistake was that I left it going too long, hoping it would get firmer. It basically whipped the cream. I don't know if you've ever eaten frozen whipped cream, but it's not a treat! This only happens when bowl is close to zero degrees Farenheit, the mixture is very chilled, and the ambient temperature isn't too hot.If you're wondering what I mean by "too long," it's when the ice cream starts to rise above the churning paddle. If it looks like soft serve but you want it to be harder, transfer the ice cream to another container, cover it, and put it in the freezer.For SUPER SMOOTH ice cream, try one of the recipes that uses eggs and a heated mixture. Very creamy and dense!
Redrogue "Bill": Excellent ice cream maker. Works as advertised. Quality is very good. Product produced, excellent.
Richard Sallee: We've had a lot of fun and good eating from this machine. With a little tweaking of the recipes it turns out a really nice product.The ice cream produced is best if eaten fresh. After it has been in the freezer it becomes a bit too crystalline for my taste. So we eat it fresh. This may mean cutting recipes in half but still works fine.
R. L. Miles "Miles": This is a very good model for making sorbets and ice cream. It costs more to make ice cream at home than if you buy Hagan-Daaz in the store. But, if you really like to make your own concoction, than this is really great. Also, sorbet is super cheap to make with this unit (especially fantastic when berries are in season)...And, if you like a daiquiri or margarita..;) [no point in adding vodka because, of course, it doesn't freeze]). I made a killer peach sorbet!The booklet also says that it can make yogurt, but, I haven't tried that yet...I may in the future though.The ice cream maker is a bit large, so, it's not really a regular counter-top item. Also, the insert will take up some room in your freezer and takes time to ice up. Additionally, you will need to freeze the stainless steel insert in your freezer for at least 6 hours before making a batch.If you really like homemade ice cream, sorbets, margaritas, and yogurt, than you will have a lot of fun with this this unit.Also, comes with some recipe booklet with a some other paperwork.Have fun!